As we started the new year, Waiganjo Mbiyu Koinange shared a post that now seems like a premonition of what would have been death.
The post feels more like a good bye message more than an encouragement message.
Now that he is dead and gone we wonder if he new he wouldn’t live to see the end of 2020.
As we entered the beginning of this new year, Mbiyu on his social media platform penned.
‘I’m walking into 2020 with a clear heart and mind.
If you owe me, don’t worry about it – you’re welcome. If you wronged me, it’s all good – lesson learned.
If you’re angry with me, you won. I’ve let it go.
If we aren’t speaking, its cool (I love you and I wish you well). If I’ve wronged you, I apologize. it wasn’t intentional.
I’m grateful for every experience that I have received.
Life is too short for pent up anger, grudges, extra stress or pain. Forgiveness is a gift to yourself.
Make 2020 a year of forgiveness and a season of positive
thoughts” He shared
Waiganjo MbiyuGoing by his social media pages he lived by this rules.
He was a committed family man who spent time with his young daughter.
Mbiyu passed away last week after his car rolled off severally on the Mau-Narok road. Sources indicate one of his tires burst leading to the accident.